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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethhridge Daily Herald, Monday; June 112-3-4 ''Block 20 Duff Addition, 112 frontage, uach. Terms .Lots 1-2 Block 21 Duff Addition, 61 feet frontage, each. Terms. Lots 69-70-71-72 Block 23 Duff Additou, Torms. Lots 7 to li, inclusive, Block 24 Duff Addi- tion, each. Terms. jLots 51-52 Block 124, each. Twor lots on Cutbill street just south ot Courtland street, each. Terms.- Lots in acre, Lot 7 Block 8, }vTprth Waid each. One-fourth cash, balance -months. Some good irrigated tracks within three "miles of all ditches in ready for irrigating. Small cash payment, balance over three years. Gooc'seven-room house on street, large lot, plumbing all in ready for sewer, cash handles, balance very easy. Good seven.roour house on Cutbill street. cash, balance easy. Seven-room house on Rogers street for t cash, balance easy Fully modern 10-room house on Crabb street, on'two lots, for only cash. Balance arranged to suit pur- chaser. These two lots alone are worth "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Black. Phone 777 Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It the Best Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ ___ f _ FENCE POSTS CHEAP Having purchased all the ties iu the abandoned roadbed of the Canadian Pacific Railway between Lethbridge and Macleod; I am prepared to receive offers for the sale of same in quanti- ties to suit the purchaser. Many of these ties are in first class condition and are suitable for fence posts or other farm construction. Call on 'Macleod, Freeman and Co., Lethbridge Hotel Block, and any per- son desiring to purchase any would do well to see them. Any person caught removing any o'f said ties without authority, will be pro- secuted. GEORGE SKELDIXG, Macleod, April 29th, 1910. International Em- ployment Agency WANTED 50 men for railroad, per day. "100 men. for railroad. Trans- -pbrtation. 40 teamsters, ?35.00 and per month. 4 cooks, 590.00, per month. 4 waitresses, to per month. Eureka Theatre Entrance Wanted For: the 25th Battery of Can- adian-Field Artillery to attend camp in Calgary, June 14-26. The battery have practices every evening at the City Marfcet commencing at' 7.30 DUSTLESS HOUSE CLEANING Vacuum Process lettibridga Renovating Co Tel. 687 J. M. Henderson EYE SPECIALIST Wright's Jewelry Store Lenses ground on the prem- ises. Evenings by appointment. Office 2-5 SERVANT WANTED' In family of three persons, 'good wages and comfortable home for 'right' person. Ap- i ply Mrs. L. Ascmith, 719 Guin- ess Street. 151-0 HOUSE CLEANING Windows washed, office clean- ing, carpets and rugs cleaned, janitor service. Leave orders at Messenger Service Office Crabb St. Phone 444 ,W. EMERY- PaFnting, Paperbar.ging, 'Ka'l- somining; Glazirn, Etc. It' you want a a reasonable price, give me a trial. All orders prompt attention. Post office Lethbridge. Nickolson Gickovoe, accused of wounding two sprung the. lock on cell at Niagara-Falls and escaped. Having been granted their demands, the employees of the cigar factory of John McNee and Sons, London, are back at work. The building occupied by H. London at St. John, N. B., was destroyed by fire and the family had a narrow es- cape. THREE HEALTH BEFORE ALL BROTHERS MAYORS OF CITIES Maukato, Minn., May August G.'. Meyer, of this city, has two brothers who are.also mayors of Min- nesota ckies. The Meyer family seems to naturally to being mayors. Au- ust G., Meyer .'was.elected mayor of Mankato a year ago, and has served o. well that he seems pretty certain of re-electioa. In that case he will be the first mayor in Minnesota under the commission form of government. Mayor Meyer of Mankaio, is fifty- four years of age. He was born in Hanover, Germany, and came to Amer- ica in 1S6S. He weat first to Owaton- na, but came to Mankto twenty-two years ago. He is a knight Templer, Odd Fellow He is a Knight Templer, Odd Fellow and an Elk, also belongs to other Mayor Henry Meyer of Claremont, is serving his second term as Mayor. He Is two years younger than Mayor Mey- er of Mankato, and is a retired farm- er. Robert Meyer, mayor of Waseca, is the youngest of the three brothers, be- ing forty-four years old. He left his father's farm near Owatonna to learn the harness-making and has, been in that business at Waseca since 1890. He was a member of the City Council four years and was elected Mayor ihis spring by a large major- ity. Health is within your reacn. I can put you in possession of the most price- less gift nature can bestow, a physical condition which will enable you to enjoy and get the most out of.life. I can cure, under guaraiuee all such com- plaints as indigesiiou, constipation, nervous debility, emaciation, obesity round shoulders, luug weakness, weak hearts, etc. G. S. Matthews, Heahn Specialist, Box 205C or 1313 Courtland St. 149-S CALGARY-LETHBR.DGE REALTY CO. Room 2, Hill Block buys a new store with C roomed dwelling above m first class condition, rented and paying over 25 per cent, on the invest- ment. .Terms. buys modernX7 roomed new house, on William St near Courtland St., a snap, ?500 cash balance as rent. buys 3 corner lots on Round St., the best buj in ,the, city. cash, balance ar ranged. buys one of the best Im farms in Alberta, within one mile railway, well fenced, well watered, new house and barns, sheds, etc. 60 in wheat whiclrgoes with place. Smai cash payment handles, balance to suit Look this up. NOTICE To Companies. Contractors. Business Men ana Farmers, any help required. Give us a trial. ALBERTA A B. C. EMPLOY- MENT AGENCY, Phone 366. P.O. Box 2037 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance LOTS FOR BALE SITUATIONS VACANT business lot in Jlo'ck 155, facing Westminster Road, forth Ward, ?SOOr 1-2 cash, balance C lumths. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. 149-6 3S and 39, Block 26, Westminster Road; each, 1-2 cash, balance G months, ties, Ltd. The Alberta Secur 149-G MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE for oitlce work with experience on books, stenographer for rent estare and insur- ance ollice. Apply Box 22, Herald. 139-0 for general house work. Mrs. S, H. Simmons, cor. Ar thur and McDui'f. 145-0 'Oil twelve foot show case. I. general servant at once. Apply Mrs, A. B, Ripley, 289 Brunton St., Riverview. 149-0 LAND FOR SALE N' CARDSTON l a run down and sei the government gets Its car load lots of sheaf wheat for exhibition purposes. Mixed farming and dniry lauds, Improved fro to tlC; flat wheat lands to w. 0. Lee'A Co., Cardsion. FOR SALE-Bcst the market X-4 section of land near Magrath, has 100 acres of grain which is absolutely guaranteed to mature. Stream of water nmniug through 1-4, all fenced and pasture fenced. Can be bought at per acre if sold this week. Grassy Lake Loan Realty Co., 115 Sherlock "I0ck'- 151-C Vpply Lethbridge Hotel. 151-0 ?'OK owner, Soutn African Scrip, Immediate delivery. Apply E. Dupo'n, Royal View. 98-0 FOR first class buggy, in ood shape, rubber tired, stylish, only been used a few times. Apply Mrs. eo. Rogers, cor. Ashmead and Ford St. 145-0 FOR horse for sale, suitable for delivery rig. Can drive single or double and quiet to ride. Age about 7 years. Apply to Thomas Mills. 223 Torrance Are., North Ward. 49-G FOR general store in a fast rowing town in Southern Alberta. Building for sale or rout. Small up- to-date stock. R. Laughton, Diamond City. 149-0 two Sales- women at once for dry ply The Simpson Co., Crabb street. competent maid for fnrn lly of at once Mrs. E. C. Peck, 321 Rogers street, cor. of Smith from 14 to 16 years of ago to work in the mailing department at the Herald office after four o'clock. 151-0 girl for general servant, one who will be good with children. Apply CIS Cutbill St. 151-0 girl to look' after child 3 years old. Apply Manager Hud sou's Bay Co., City. 151.6 FOR fresh milk cows for sale." Apply 525 Norman St., N. W.53-6 FOR 5 passenger touring car, 30 horse power Maxwell. The Alberta Securities Ltd. 152-G lady stenographer and book-keeper. Must be neat in dress and appearance. Good job for right party. Phone 417. P. 0. Box 571. 154-O BEST BUY OF THE SKASON-Sec- noiii of good level lan-j, chocolate loam with clay loam subsoil, G20 acres can be broken, house and small barn; There are 320 acres new all disced and ready for crop. This'lies 71-2 miles from the thriving town or Rirons. Price, per acre; cash down ?57150. balance in three annual instalments.- Apply Grant Moir, Barons, Alta. 109-0 FOR term of yea'rs, 320 acres, irrigated farm, 2 1-2 miles frora eLthbridge, under fine state of cultiva- tion, to one who will buy our stock fur. uiture and machinery. Write enclosing stamp. S. A. Snell, Box 63, Lethbridge or Phono 106 Rural, or call at farm' 143-6 once, 3 girls, must live at borne, not under IS years, at Rochon's Parlors, "Alberta SITUATIONS WANTED Apply Block. 154-0 POSITION lady stenographer, with knowledge of book- keeping. Apply P. O Box 350. 149-6 POSITION WANTED Experienced real estate man just arrived in city, desires position. Capable office man or ,outdoor ,saiesman. Apply Box 35 Lethbridge Offices. 153-6 --the day or at home. Miss Whiting, 126 Torrance Ave., North Ward, or Box 22 Herald Office. 151-6 OWNERS OF LIVE-STOCK TAKE NOTICE That-Mr. M, C. Hambly, district BEST BUY IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA to ill health of the present owner, for a quick sale will be sold- acres fti Southern Alberta suit- able for mixed farming; runnin- stream through' property; one-tenth under cultivation., -Price per acre. Purchaser has option' of buying stock. Splendid market district with a. pay roll of per month within easy reach. For terms and fur- their particulars apply to James A! Carter, Lundbreck, Alberta. TO RENT waitresses Coaldale restaurant. at the 154-6 good table ironer, regular employment. Apply Dominion "'Laundry 1280 Ford St. 154-6 WANTED Gentleman book-keeper. State salary required and experience. Must give good references. Box 31 Herald Office. 354.0 once, girl for office work. Must be good in figures. One with knowledge of typewriter prefer- red. Must be: able to give good ref- erences. Box 31, Herald Office 154-0 TO rooms, large double to rent, Majestic theatre. Ap- ply Mrs. H..Cleveland, on 97-0 TO in Acadla building. Apply on premises to the C. B. Bow- man agency. 134-0 TO capable o! homing four horses. Apply S. M. Brook, 402 Westminster Road North. 144-O LOST AND FOUND PONY EXPRESS TRANSFER CO. DELIVERY WAGONS AND DRAYS FiGGINS SERREL, .OFFICE 410 Round 632 WHEN UNEEDUS RING UP 632 Trunks nLored. .Quick, Clean, Up-to-date Service. Trunks delivered to any part of the city 25c and 50c. MUSKRAT AND COYOTE SKINS WANTED In unlimited quantities; also hides of all kinds. All hides should show brands. 'Make your'shipments promptly. J. Young 405 Smith St. MORMONS LAUDED BY UTAH SENATOR Brookiine, JIass., June hasten the day when the Mormon peo- ple will be known as they ex claimed Reed Smoot, of the course of an, address on Mormonisra before the Thursday Evening Club in Brookiine tonight. ".Mormonism is not a Sunday relig- ion, b.ut it makes every day a Sabbath he said. "Every Mormon is taught to work and to regard idleness as sin. He is encouraged to love and not to hate. He is admonished to live a chaste and virtuous life, as an ah- perequis.te to tthe enjoyment of the blessings of his religion. "A people that spend more per cap- ita for education than any other com- munity int the nation; a people that are home builders and home owners; a people that provide against the suf- fering and hunger of their poor; a people that entertain, love and honor the aged, irrespective of creed; a peo- ple 'that believe the constitution of the United States to be an inspired in- strjiraent; a people renowned for their commercial honesty; a people whose industry is proverbial; a people who are God fearing and liberty loving; a people who at any time necessity required would give their lives in de- fence of our country, cannot be a dis- loyal or wicked people." recommendations were that a letter of warning be issued by the commission to the parents of the city, setting forth agent for the British American Live LOST-Gold watch, plain case inscrib T.M etl "M. Botham." chain atrnrliPrt wn Ltd., with head- quarters at Vancouver, B. C., is in i Lethbridge booking after the interests chain attached. Will finder please call at. Herald office. TO furnished roomfor two gentlem, all modern con- veniences and centrally located. Ap- ply to 622 Cutbill St. 40-Ox TO opposite Herald office on people lie parks alone af night- Dbe The British Ameri-i gray-sway back horse, i- I b chimney on left shoui- enforced.-v the dangers of allowing young people j Ot the comPanv- tif n i i u i- and that the curfew law bexvigorouslv j ness in taat issues a policy black mare same brand, small on live stock which covers death from star.on'forehead. Had halter on. One brown saddle iiorse, same brand Any communications ad- small white streak on me will receive prompt reward for return or information'lead- i Ing to recovery. Ed. Loggin, Box 29G M. C. HAMBLY, i Lethbridge. C. P. R. WESTERN LINES TO .BE RE-ORGANIZED. Great.Increase in Mileage Makes Rad- ical Change Necessary. Winnipeg, June entire re- organization of the western liitus of the C. P. R. is now under way. The great increase in mileage of rhis.i.or- tion of the system during the past -ten years has made frequent necessary, and this is one of the radical of all. At the" present-time the western lines are operated as three grand divisions, and the plan now in hand is to organic them f, four grand divisions. The total mileage of the C. P. R. is U.800 miles, and of this are included in the lines operat- ed from Winnipeg. In the operating the Central Divi- sion is extended from-Fort William to Broadview; the Western from any cause, dressed to attention. by Empire Cafe. "Apply Stewart Agency.. y occupied McClure 146-0 FOR A nice 'furnished room to rent. 933 Hodgman St., Duff Addition. FOR Five roomed cottage, wa- ter, blocks east of Westminster. Road. Large stable. Box 1305. Leth- 149.G Room 5, 30S Redpath St., Lethbridge. 152-3 A Fresh Consignment of Screen Doors, best you ever saw. All kinds of Building Ma- terial, and only one place for the best. Citizen's Cov Yard Office Phone 362. Baronets Road. Gen'l Office Phone 334. LIGHT MUST SHINE IN LOVERS' LANES Danger Spots in City Parks Pointed Out by Mayor's Commission Spokane, June secluded benches and dark, sheltered walks in the city parks will be made as light as day these summer, nights, if the city follows the suggestion of Mayor N. S. Pratt's commission of 28. This commission, appointed to inquire into the moral welfare of the youth of Spokane, reported last night that "shady lanes" at most of the parks are altogether too shady, and asked for more lights in the dark comers. "Danger spots" is the way they styled places which, according to the report, "invite to secrecy and at night are bathed in darkness." "While we gladly bear said the report, "as to the efforts of the management of Xatatorium park to keep things clean, Tve recognize that by its nature this park is a special danger point, and we earnestly recom- mend that the city supply a policeman [with special fitness for juvenile work, for duty at this park." An investigation of all the parks was made recently by a sub-committee for the mayor's commission, resulting in a report last night that no serious conditions had been fo.und. The "lov- ers' though, they said were dan- JAIL BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE TENDERS bay geldings, weight about loOOlbs.; one has front shoes on ami star In forehead; other has halter and hobbles on; lost 20 mlies south and 6 miles east of Winnifred; ?50.00 re- ward for informtion leading to recov- particulars address Postmas- ter, Winnifred, Alta. 149-CjFOR building: on lot 33 'block 25, Burdett St., near Redpathi .per month. The curities, Ltd. Alberta Se- 149-6 For Plumbing, Electric Wiring, Heating Ven tilation and Mechan- ical Equipment. Sealed separate tenders, 'addressed to John Stocks, Deputy of Public Edmonton i registered indnrsec? -onders Plumbing. (B) Electric Wiring (C) Ventilation and Mechanical Equipment will be received up to 12 o'clock noon June 30th, 1910. Plans anrt specifications may -be seen and forms of tender had at -the Engineer's 'office, Department of Pub lie Works, Edmonton, the branch offi- ce of the Department Public Works Broadview to Laggan, and the Moun- CalSary at the Construction Office tain from Laggan to the coast. The new distribution will be prac- tically according to the provinces, and probably will be the Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia divisions. Moose Jaw will be the new division- al headquarters, as >t has excellent facilities in the way of shops and yards, and it is centrally located. William second vice-presi- dent, stated this morning that final arrangements had not yet been made to the personnel of the staffs of the re-organized divisions. That matter was in the hands Vf G. J. general manager, win is- at present in the west. Mr. Bary's recommendations wncld' probably not be made until his lelunt in the course of the n'iXt The change will go effect on -nily 1. Taft Would Name Him Head of Peace Board Washington, June Pre- sident Roosevelt is expected to head the peace committee provided for in a resolution which was favorably act- ed upon by the house committee on foreign affairs recently. President Taft has indicated, it la said, that he would appoint his predecessor as chairman of the committee in event it was created by congress. The committee would he recf.ert fo gerous and in need of close the capitals in all foreiirn conn- sion. An increase in the number of incandescent lights about the parks was their proposed remedy. Further tries in the interest of securing lim- itations of armament of nations and of preserving international peace. of the Jail Building, Lethbridge. tenders must be accompanied by an acepted cheque payable at par "at Edmonton to" the Minister of, Public Works, to the amount of five (5 p.c.) per cent, of the tender, as a guarantee that should a. tender the bidder is prepared to excuTe a con- tract within three days aftsr accept- ance. If a tender is accepted, a marked cheque or guarantee bond of a Surety Company legally doing business in Al berta 10 the amount of twenty (20 p.c.) per cent of his tender required when the contract is executed. The cheques of the unsuccessful bid- ders shall be'returned within six days after contract is executed. The right is'reserved to reject any or all bids or waive any defects JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Public Works. Dated at Edmonton this 31st day of May, 1910. 145-15 NOTICE Take notice that the undersigned will receive up to and Including the 2lst June, 1910, tenders for certain real property and chattels of the Fer- nie Cartage Company as a going con- cern. Full particulars of the real property STRAYED to Coaldale Livery Barn bay mare, weight about SOO'lbs.; no brand; baiter on and chain on foot- George Heyd took her up. 6th, a 10-car- at gold buckle ring, with 2 red stones in please return to Herald Office and receive reward. bunch of keys. Owner can have same by applying to the Herald and paying for this ad. 151-6 watch, and silVer chain between Ford and Dufferih Sts. Dufferin, reward for return of same to city office. 151-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS TO house to rent for two months, close in, per month. Apply The H. MacBeth v 151-5 TO good furnished rooms to let. .Inquire at Crabb St., or 916 Hodgman St. JS.OO per month each. TO room, weekly Apply 10 to 2 and 6 to S, 821 Crabb St. 153-4 TO room for gentle- men, modern house. Apply 425 Bart- lett. 153-2 FOR front room, all modern conveniences. Apply 5iJ) st- 153-3 TO to let. 292 Bruce St. Use of phone. 153-2 owners to list tnel- property with us. Apply to the Ire perial Development Co., Ltd., Sher lock Building. Corner of i Red path anr Glyn. v 02-0 TO RENT-Furnished house, 5 rooms bath room and pantry, ready at once, ?42 a month, Rogers St Apply Box city. 152.6 and roomers. For terms apply to Mrs., S.M.Brooks, 402 Westminster Road North 120-0 or 3 unfurnished rooms to rent by young married cou- ple. No children. Reply stating terms location etc. to A. Lingard, Warner, Alta. 146-0 WANTED TO from owner on easy terms, a fully modern 6 or 7 roomed house, or building lot on Courtland St., or vi- cinity. Apply to Box 41, Herald Of- v '149-0 young men desire room, with or without board, bath. Please state terms. Box 21, Herald. 151-6 undersigned at any time. Dated at Fernie; B.C., Sth June, 1910 G. G. MOFFATT, Assignee. WANTED TO house and three furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Apply P. 0. Box 1905, Lethbridge. Notice Notice is herrty given that R. A. Wright, jeweler of has bought out the bssiaess ol llss Leth- bridgc Jewelry ud Optical Co., from L. P. Smith and G. T. and the latter parties are not responsible lor an7: accounts of saJ4 or for any debts that may, be incurred by that company in future. Signed, L. P. Smith. 150-f would like fur- nished room in modern house or block close in. Kindly address particulars tc Box 29, Herald Office. 154-1 Hipe. of piano wanted In private house, one or two hours on 4 or nights per week. Bos syy Hor. aid Office, 154-1 house to rent, 4 tc 6 rooms. Box 1S9S P. 0. 154-6 WANTED TO the end of June a modern 8 roomed house, with all conveniences. Must be close in TO room, modern, suit- able for three or four men, close in. 1101 Ford St. 154.2 FOR SALE HOUSE FOR and a house, hall, cellar, water, sink, drain, wired for double lot, Torrance avenue, North Ward. {1.700. Small cash payment, bal. per mo., int 8 p.c. Apply 112 Torrance Ave., or P. O. Box US-ox FOR SALE Board and rooming house, on 2 lots, close in; 13 rooms, barn will hold 4 horses; will han die, or will exchange for 6 roomed cot- tage as part Box 8. Herald Office. FOR fiveroomed, south west of Fair Gro.unds; on very reason- able P.O. Box 575. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO and insur- ance on farm and city Ap- ply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., 41R Dufferin street Bryan WocK MONEY TO made ar- rangements to get capital direct from England, we are in position io quote terms lhat will surprise you. Come onH utr _____ siiuimjr pay for that new house of yours. We make a specialty of city and farm loans, also fire and life insurance. Em- pire Co., Ott Block, Phone 441. EXPERIENCED to nurse maternity cases. Mrs. C. Mac- Apply Box 21, Herald Office. 154-6 6, Argyle Ave, 147-12 ;